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hobbyDB Collects Kudos and Funds at Investors Events

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hobbyDB has been on a roll lately, impressing investor groups across the country with our vision to be the database and marketplace for everything collectible. In late January, we presented our case at two events in Denver, Colorado, and Portland, Oregon, emerging as the winners in both.

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Andrew Adamides, Head of Product for hobbyDB

Andrew Adamides, Head of Product presented at the Denver conference. “I was thrilled for us to win the Startup Denver event! It was great to hear pitches for so many awesome nascent companies, and the experience was tremendous,” he said. “This event is yet another of Colorado’s fantastic resources for the startup community. I was hugely impressed with how they nurtured the ideas of those pitching. I can’t wait for the grand pitch-off at the end of the year!” Other companies presenting were Arrow Flight Tech, Iterative Search and Wolo.

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Christian Braun (holding check) of hobbyDB accepts the award at TIE Northwest.

Around the same time, Christian Braun, CEO of hobbyDB, was promoting the company’s mission at Pitch Northwest, an annual tech competition for companies based in British Columbia, Colorado, Idaho, Oregon or Washington. Pitch Northwest is available to pre-series A companies from all industries “who are looking for funding to scale.” Christian knocked it out of the park and won the top prize.

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We have now also been invited to pitch at Techfest North-West in March and at the Startup Denver Pitch Battle Grand Finale in December. In the meantime, hobbyDB will continue its mission to document anything and everything collectible in our database.